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Martha J. Bailey

Work by Bailey et al cited in Rolling Stone piece on how birth control has changed America

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"5 Ways Birth Control Has Changed America" - Rolling Stone. 06/05/2015.

Discussing the economic benefits of birth control, this article refers to a 2012 study by Martha Bailey, Brad Hershbein, and Amalia Miller that explores the role of the Pill in shaping women's human capital investments and life-cycle wages during the 1960s and 70s.

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